May somebody tell me if there is there some way to "merge" one dir into another?
I.e. let I have
/some/directories/structure with subdirs/files. And now I want to "implantate" it into
/etc for example. I.e. I need all subdirs/files from
/some/directories/structure will be added into (should not replaced current contents of
/etc or some other dir.
OK. Let's say I have a dir called
prog. It contains a couple of a configuration files. This dir stored somewhere in my home dir while I develop my program and it must be installed into
/etc in the working system. And now I want to debug my program, but to run it I need the
prog dir (which stored in my home dir) became accessible in the
/etc. So my question: may I do this in some "virtual" way (i.e. without copying, moving, rsyncing or even linking the
/etc)? Maybe there is something method to mount it, but (again) without physical creating anything in the
The key for me here is: "Do not forget something unneeded in the
Ohhh... I hope all is OK with my question now. :)